puch EBR BLACK magnum forks
puch EBR BLACK magnum forks
 



  $115.00

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Magnum length EBR forks BLACK N CHROME for any and all puch mopeds, these are pretty much the perfecto length for puch magnum and freespirit, but lotsa dudes use them on cobra, dart, maxi, swinger, pinto whatever. These are 10cm longer than the maxi length.

head tube is 180mm with 55mm of threading

thread OD is 26mm x 1mm - puch and tomos size thread

maxi ebr's are 23 inches

these magnum ebr's are 27 inches ish

fork tube diameter is 28mm so when you're picking clip ons
make sure you get the right size!

**ATTN : all black forks travel the world to get here. They may have small imperfections in the paint just like you would if you traveled the world in a box with a dozen other forks. Due to a recent rash of hardcore whining we are forced to put this notice in here. You will find a sharpie can do wonders. If you are not ok with this, it is simple, do not buy. You will not be sent a new set of forks when you find a small scratch or two or three or four on them and need them to be perfect for your "show" build. Just put them on and go ride your moped.**


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4 of 5 Forks on a pinto September 18, 2018
taco eater : richard eberline from Trenton, MI United States  
Lower bearing cup very tight. Remove all the paint, and dremel to fit. Can use some heat
to help. Regular pinto stand too short, use a magnum center stand. Used a thicker stem nut (taller), same diameter. better than OEM.

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2 of 5 headtube too short November 1, 2014
taco eater : Allison Montoya from Prescott, AZ United States  
not enough threads to get the top nut on even with grinding the shit out of them


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5 of 5 Really close replacement for Free Spirit August 21, 2014
taco eater : Michael Gray from Shelton, WA United States  
I had to drill a new hole in each tab for mounting the fender stabilizer. Its missing the tabs in back for the rear fender brackets. It also lacks a place for mounting the speedometer, or even a speedometer bracket.

I was able to fix all those things though, and now it works great. If feels heavy duty, and bolts right up with my wheel and frame. The tab for the brake assembly fits perfect.

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2 of 5 Made in china???? February 19, 2013
taco eater : Murray Man from Warren, MI United States  
So the spring ends werent screwed down all the way and were bolted together unevenly right out of the box.  Apparently no one takes pride in there jobs at EBR. Also tube that goes through the head tube is too fat for the bottom race to fit over the threads. Goes to the threads then stops. Had to spend 25 minutes dremeling out the center of the bottom race to get to go to the bottom. Does any one take pride is stuff they build any more?

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5 of 5 pinto pimpin March 30, 2011
taco eater : The Doctor from O'Fallon Holy Rollers  
yep, put these on a 78 pinto,,, flawless,,, purdie too!  all you need it to get yer self some candied bacon, and yer set

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